Playerunknown's Battlegrounds continues to grind achievements and goals. The battle royale by PUBG Corp is not new to results from the front page, which appear even more impressive if we consider the relatively tender age of the game. The last of these results is undoubtedly the most remarkable: just passed a year since its publication on Steam, Playerunknown's Battlegrounds has risen on the podium of games with more collections on Valve's platform.

This is confirmed by the founder of Valve, Gabe Newell, who has talked about the research and development conducted by Valve on both hardware and technology in general, and how PUBG Corp has exploited the new potentials introduced on Steam to turn your game into a blockbuster in such a short time. According to Newell, PUBG Corp has been able to study the merits and the defects other video games that populate the multiplayer offer, and combine the lessons learned from this process with the benefits of access to vast Chinese market.

The phenomenal earnings of Playerunknown's Battlegrounds gave birth to a real bubble of multiplayer battle royale titles, from brazen clones to actually original ideas. While dev of various sizes jostle for grabbing slices of this market in sudden expansion, Valve will temporarily reduce its focus on research and development to return to devote himself to videogames publication.